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Gueorgui Pinkhassov (Magnum Print Room)

Friday, 4 July, 2014 by Tom Balfe

The threshold of the visible, where frail light ebbs away into darkness, is the preferred territory of the Russian photographer Gueorgui Pinkhassov (b. 1952), whose work is the subject of a commercial exhibition of around 30 images currently on display … Continue reading

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Living Laboratory: Richard Pare on Le Corbusier & Konstantin Melnikov (Pitzhanger Manor)

Tuesday, 29 April, 2014 by Matthew Wells

This exhibition, showing at the gallery alongside renowned Regency architect John Soane’s pile in Ealing, features photographs of work by two 20th century architects: Konstantin Melnikov and Le Corbusier. Eloquent text panels introduce each architect and individual images. The photographer … Continue reading

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History of Photography Seminar: Image and the Abyss

Friday, 24 May, 2013 by Kerry Doran

Toronto-based visual artist Annie MacDonell gave a compelling lecture-meets-artist’s talk, discussing her work in an open-forum manner at the Research Forum on 1 May. She began by reading her interpretation of two pivotal postmodernist texts, Craig Owen’s ‘Photography en abyme’ … Continue reading

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Natalia Murray on the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 and the Quest for the New Art

Friday, 15 March, 2013 by Anne-Marie Tong

At the end of January, Natalia Murray spoke about ‘The Proletarian Art Enigma’ as part of the Modern and Contemporary Research Seminar. She began with the social and historical background of the Russian Revolution of 1917—aimed at establishing a homogenous … Continue reading

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DR. SARAH JAMES AT THE HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR

Wednesday, 18 April, 2012 by Liz Kim

History of photography seminars, organised by Julian Stallabrass and Pei-Kuei Tsai, explores the history of the modern invention up to the present day by inviting academics, photographers, and curators to give a lecture at the Research Forum on Wednesday evenings … Continue reading

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PHOTOGRAPHY AND TEMPORALITY AT THE FIRST BIENNALE OF SPATIAL FORMS IN THE POLISH PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC (ELBLAG, 1965) SYLWIA SERAFINOWICZ

Monday, 9 January, 2012 by Jane Scarth

A Response Research Forum Modern and Contemporary Seminar One of the aims of this new initiative by the Research Forum is to allow students to respond to research events in diverse ways, placing new, perhaps abstract lenses on the information … Continue reading

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